The IGS UK is the UK chapter of the International Geosynthetic Society.

The aims of the IGS UK chapter are to collect and distribute knowledge about geosynthetics & their applications by facilitating conferences, symposiums, evening presentations & research in order to promote the advancement of the state of the art of geosynthetics & to improve the communication and understanding of geosynthetic products between designers, manufacturers and users of the products.

Upcoming Events

IGS UK: Comparative LCA of Geosynthetics versus Conventional Construction Materials @ Zoom (See link Below)
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

IGS UK Chapter & European Association of Geosynthetic Manufacturers (EAGM)


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On behalf of the European Association of Geosynthetic product Manufacturers (EAGM) a study was presented with 4 comparisons of conventional constructions in comparison with geosynthetic constructions. In this study the impact of nine impact category indicators for e.g. Cumulative Energy Demand (CED) was compared for both construction technologies (conventional vs. geosynthetic).

Similar work was done by different Manufactures for other cases and one more example will be presented.


About the Speaker

Henning Ehrenberg has worked more than 30 years in the geosynthetic business, mainly in Quality Management / Quality Assurance and in R&D.

Henning is a member of IGS and has been working over 15 years in different national and international standardization committees for e.g. CEN TC 189 and ISO TC 221 and is leading the technical working group of the European Association of Geosynthetic product Manufacturers (EAGM).

IGS UK Flyer – IGS April2021


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IGS UK: Gas Resistant Membranes – Where Civil Engineering Meets Construction @ Online
May 18 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

International Geosynthetics Society

IGS UK is the official United Kingdom Chapter of the International Geosynthetics Society (IGS).

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